NATO to enforce no-fly zone over Libya.
Lindsay Lohan becomes "Lindsay."
Celiz Cruz and Tito Puente are honored with U.S. stamps.
Sweden replaces stamps with text messages. "Users will send a text to the postal service, and receive a code. That code gets scribbled on a piece of snail mail and voilà! It's ready to be sent."
Syrian troops open fire on protesters. "Human rights groups said that since protests began seven days ago in the south, 38 people had been killed by government forces—and it appeared that many more were killed on Friday. Precise details were difficult to obtain Friday because the government sealed off the area to reporters and denied access to the country to foreign news media."
Boris Kodjoe cast in television pilot.
Michelle Obama to deliver commencement address at Spelman.
GOP recall drive ahead of schedule in Wisconsin: "Dems say they’ve gathered more than half the signatures they need to hold elections to recall GOP Senators and are now flatly predicting they’ll take back the state senate."
A cautionary tale: Black, gay NYC escort shares story of "hustling, drug addiction, bareback sex, AIDS, depression."
Soulja Boy in grief over the death of his brother.
AT&T's $39 billion deal to acquire T-Mobile faces "steep climb" for approval.
NYT profiles Newark Mayor Cory Booker's constant use of Twitter: "Part of Mr. Booker’s success is his real-world networking with the likes of Mark Zuckerberg, Oprah Winfrey and Brad Pitt, but a huge part is his social networking dexterity. He’s quick, for obvious reasons, to mention Facebook as well as Twitter. Still, the most striking part is his Twitter feed, with its crowdsourcing on local problems, motivational snippets, Dalai Lama-citing, Springsteen-quoting and general air of hyper-caffeinated hyper awareness.